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It is essential for every human being to survive, that any food item that is used by living beings as food is available. Various types of minerals such as carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, water and proteins etc. are present in essential nutrients. Food is necessary for humans to live a healthy and active life, for which it is necessary that every human being is arranged for the food items to be eaten as food. And payment is made in lieu of arranging those food items and yet adulteration is found in those food items. Which are consumed by the consumer and his family, due to which that family becomes a victim of many diseases. If a person gets pure food, due to which there is a gradual development of his body. If the growing children do not get all the essential nutrients in the food due to adulteration, then the children suffer from many diseases. Through this research paper, an attempt has been made by the researcher to highlight the economic and physical harm caused to the society due to adulteration.
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